On July 25th, 2018, several Presque Isle CPCU Society members were able to volunteer their time and muscle-power to build a home through the local Habitat for Humanity. It is hard work, but worth it all to provide a new home for a worthy family. The home only takes a few weeks to build with all volunteers helping the whole time. Getting to see the happy faces of the family members as they are presented with the key to the home is absolutely moving and worth every minute of work. A BIG THANK Y
Our annual Good Works meeting hosted speaker Ruth Thompson, Director of The ANNA Shelter. This shelter is a local non-profit organization that rescues hundreds of animals every month. See pictures from our May 14th meeting and a check for $1,200 in donations presented to the ANNA Shelter on June 27th. Several pet supply items were also collected and given to the ANNA Shelter.
The Presque Isle CPCU Society Chapter combined ethics and baseball to promote high ethical standards and doing the right thing. We have taken this message to local schools. The theme - “Hit one RIGHT out of the park!” – uses baseball to help drive home the point.